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Raj Kundra's employee involved in distribution of 90 obscene films

Two teams of the Crime Branch have been sent to Kanpur to search for Arvind and his associates.

2021-07-27T00:17:00Z
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Courtesy : PTI

Yet another development has come in related to the Raj Kundra pornography case. According to the latest update, the investigative agency has found important evidence against a person named Arvind Srivastava, who was employed with Kundra's firm. According to the sources, Arvind was involved in the distribution of around 90 pornographic films in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, in the last two years.

The police have found a connection between Kundra and Arvind's family living in Kanpur. The individual was also a member of a WhatsApp group related to Kundra's company.

It has been found that out of the money earned by the company from pornographic content, Arvind transferred crores of rupees to the bank accounts owned by his wife Harshita Srivastava and father Narvada Srivastava. Both of these accounts, which had a combined balance in excess of 3 crores, have been seized by the authorities.

The investigation has revealed that the individual played a significant role in the distribution of this adult content produced by Kundra's company.

The Crime Branch investigation has also revealed that Arvind and another person named Umesh were looking after the distribution of the films. Apart from Raj Kundra, these two also used to have transactions among themselves.

Two teams of the Crime Branch have been sent to Kanpur to search for Arvind and his associates. He was working to get these films on different OTT platforms. Also, he had set up his own production company, too.


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The investigation also revealed that Arvind previously worked with New Flix and later started his own website named FlizzMoviesHD.me where pornographic films were being uploaded.

He also bought another domain titled dostifilm.com. Through this firm, an email was sent alleging that the Mumbai Police had demanded a bribe of Rs 25 lakh.


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